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A letter written by Mordechai Rosenblat to Mendel Rozenblit on a form issued by the Jewish Agency for Palestine Search Bureau.

Photograph | Photograph Number: 05839

A letter written by Mordechai Rosenblat to Mendel Rozenblit on a form issued by the Jewish Agency for Palestine Search Bureau.

In response to a previous letter written by Mendel, the writer says he can read the despondency between the lines of his letter. He exhorts Mendel not to despair, He writes that " it was our fate to survive, and now we have to aspire to new lives without despair..." He suggests that Mendel should seek the company of Zionists, "people who march with the song "Hatikvah" on their lips. Join them and sing like them and try to be strong like them."

Date
1946 April 02
Variant Locale
Muenchen
Photo Credit
United States Holocaust Memorial Museum, courtesy of Marsha Rozenblit
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Record last modified: 2000-06-28 00:00:00
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